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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

1'HSi j lili h fl 5% DAVE LEVI a:a:a: leader in cut prices a;a;a; Great Reduction Sale New Going On. !■■■■ *2 The Greatest of all Sale.- Caldwell ever saw. Please come in and inspect and ) be convinced. Judge for yourself. DAVE LEVI. w- * •a PEOPLE YOU KNOW. \ ?4U' Í . ' V- 4MMÍ Jltlllí Miss liftie Withers, who has been visiting- Mrs. Curry for sf>nie week* past, returned tohcr hume in (leorf etnwn last Satur- Mclver went to Bren- day. IM/yWMMMMMáMMMW'niMiiMMMAjL j cale and recital, given by herself Stories of tfoe Street. | and Miss Kate Duckworth. A '""wn'imiwiiÉiM11 'iiiiiiimiinlarge crowd ot their friends and TTf7f¥jpjPfTWIJIl|BP|piwT' iTrci A nyVrVfr — — 1 patrons were in attendance, and Our reader* will notice an ad | expressed themselves highly £ ham Monday. Bthcl Barnctt has been quite v,h U Ihif week. l)ick I'erdue moved t.hi-. week to the old Wamble place. Homer Lamkin spent Satur- dav and Sundax at home. pleased with the evening's enter- tainment. 11. F. Freeman of the...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

10 'out of the poor houses, am! must ¡not be permitted to become McGregor Herald. pauper . Next, the pensions We sometimes make dispara*- must to tj10KC wh0 did the tag remarks about someone and ug.|,^ngt if this is not done Ij •ever think of the damage or jn* sjja]j recommend the repeal of1 justice that we may thus 'n,1,cl the whole thing. These utter- j on one, perhaps, who at the time regards us as a trusted friend. When it comes to saying some- thing good or encouraging we too often think once, twice or more and perhaps end the mat- ter by not saying it at all. These things ought not thus to be. The control of the tongue is a great! carr¡etj on for two years, accomplishment. If we control the tongue we can better become the master of our temper. We should learn to govern ourselves, and be patient. More especially should we watch our temper in seasons of ill health or any irrita- ting troubles. We should soften Bridle Your Tongue, e wnoie ancos of the governor will be fully endor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

II rR0M COMPANY I, ritSI TEXAS. Mii.iTaky Station No. 2« . |{i kna Vista. Cuba. Feb. 28.1 Ki.ituks Nkws-Chiionici.ii: I am off the «hick list> and will try ami give you a description of a ¿rij one of the mate and I took Sunday. The first place we made for was Cuneterro Chriata- bt,l Colon. On our way we came U|K>n a funeral procession. The procession consisted of men only and thev took turns each in car- rvinjf the coffin on their should- crS. They kindly offered to let u take one end, but we declined. Four men carry the coffin, two in front and two in the rear. They lock their arms around each other to keep the coffin from fall- We went on with them to ¡ng the cemetery. After jfettintf on the inside we left the mourners and went < ur way. We visited the grave of the «Heroes of the Maine. the Firemen's monu- ment and many others. The «Maine boys are buried in a place that is only 24 feet square, the IS ' men whose bodies were recovered. There are many pretty decorations the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 10 March 1899

It pays to trade at COBB'S. | GASH TELLS ÁI COBB'S STORE. c* People are fast finding out that it pays to buy tor cash, and that it pays to trade ^ here. They have become disgusted at the trashy. "Cheap John" have been getting in other towns, and to get good, honest gnotfS. they cannot do bet- ter. if as well, as they can at our store. They know that our goods are dependable. They know that our methods are honest, and they know that when the ad, it is a dyed-in-the-wool-doubled-and-twisted truth. * To those who have not fallen in line with our arnn of volunteers, we wish to J*, quote you a few prices below, which you will |)lt*<isr oonijuirv with t lioso \<>u src from Rockdale, Bryan or Iirenhamand see whose are the lowest. "The proof of the J;- pudding is in the eating." W e wish also to say that we have one of the largest and J ■ best equipped stores and one of the largest stocks of •. Dru Goods. Dross Goods. Shoos. Clothing. Hats and Millinery I In Central Texas. S am A |...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

TWBLVB PA088. Caldwell News-Chronicle. VOL. XIX. OUK AIM IH THB UKEATB8T BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OP BURLESON COUNTY. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. NO. 43. , I|I I$I i$I ifl i|i ifr I|I I|I t$i ifr $ ifr I|I I$I i|i iti I|I Still in the field. Got a ledger in the store larger than the Holy Bible, hut never mind that, we have other good things and we want your cash trade. Have now in stock and afloat!, Boys' Knee l'ant Suits Men's Baltimore Mailt- Fine Suits, Mei's Fine Suits and Pants from Philadelphia, Kdwiil Clapp'ft Fine Shoes,' Lace*, Km broideries, White Goods, Featherbone Corsets, l)ress C*o¿l«. NotiJif and Millinery. You will find new goods and moderate prices at THE PIONEER CASH HOUSE. ■s ? it o It Pays to Tradc at COBB'S. Caldwell's Greatest Store. i } i* O O o Read His Ad mi last Pale. iti t$i fli tí i$i t|i i|i i|i i|i i$i i|i t|i ifl ifr i|i t|i i$ +■ + a#-#*#** i#* ***** rr~\ ClAY. C i. \ v, Tex a rill fliks ni WS-cllkoml tio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

¡¡'í'' ni i AOVCRTISMG ANO ADVWTlSWS. Aesop tells in on« of hi tale*, of a young man who lay in bed late in the morning. His excuse ípr his laziness was: «K very morning of my life I am hearing* causes. 1 have two line damsels, whose names are Industry and Sloth, at my bedside as soon as I awake, pressing their different suits. One entreats me to get up, the other persuades me to lie still; and then they alternately give me various reasons why I should rise, and why I should not. This detains me so long, aft it is the duty of an impartial judge to hear all that can be said on both sides, that before the pleadings are over it is time to go to dinner. Aesop draws his moral thusly: Many men waste the prime of their days in deliberating what they should do, without coming to any determination. You who don't advertise should paste this in your hat, and wear the hat all the time, so that your brain may absorb every word. We believe that Aesop could have drawn a finer conclusion if be bad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

¿ínSrfii MM*********************#****#**************** The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY ROY. JEFF D. RAY. A raggedly dressed mun pass- ed nn' on the streets just now, j but bis raga were not the partic-| uSar feature of his appearance j that attracted my attention. Sin-: gularly enough, the man was wreathed with roses and wore u , I,ell oí rosen, as well a-* a huge , houttonniere and rosea in his hat. The roses aroused curiosity as om. looked at him. It was a sin- gular and an unhappy combina-j tion raga and roses. The ex- planation was not far to seek. The roan distributed cards as he walked, announcing the business plat e of a florist, who had hired turn as a perambulating «.how window. The inconsistency of the arrangement was conspicu- ous The ragged garments should have been dispensed with. The lack of harmony was painful. But the man of the rags and ruses i> not the only inconsistent per- son that one meets in a day journey. There are men and women who make rosy profes- sions of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

Oé Yen r U| jlliilll I. Koiii M-.ii' i. Moni li LL NEVÍS-CBRONICLE.1'" pon or stable is just an had a waste aft carelessly spilling* the milk all along the walk to the house. It is valuable property. Gather it and take care of it. You do not deserve more bless- ings until you do. Wake up and get the scales ofl your eyes. Card of §197 i JOIUCR. Editor* and Auprátom. Sut«re<l In the Caldwell poatoSoe m «c- «•■•clKkt matter. Subscript Ion Rates. NfWIIAN PfttY WfDOING. U«M4sí a CMrt I fcv Wednesday morning a youth- ful couple drove in from Hooker- ville and to Countv Clerk Mc ANNOUKCenENTS. 1 Epw^tk Umw rM«n«innwl. • — "i Th« *>OrWin««at given h. We are .authorised to auuourtce H. r.pworth («cague at W. T p • Alford a*a candidate for the office of well's last Thursday niirht city muralla 1 a the elision# April Kuci eSH in eve" ' a electim. . . ... , _w_ withstanding the threawniei II 80 t Ik*ue«] Every Frldar Morning. Caldwell. Texas. Friday. March 17. aA\ WFA1 farmer.* In another...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

fit oq? ft tot A; (trot kr ov cr tmvimn grounk. km a •f *s famas ta Mm taMtt H«vt r Mador. 'The following concurrent reso- lution vvm introduced in the sen* a'.t! on the 10th by Mesura Odell and Hunger: Whereas, on the K'th day of January, im, Hon. ('. A. Cul- berson, governor of the state of Texas, submitted to the legislat- ure a special message concerning a sum of money procured by ron. gre sionul appropriation, amount* ing to $|0|,1 and in mud *p«*< >ui uj«' ag" called the atten- tion of tin* legislature to u con- tract heretofore made l y which the hriu of Hogg ^ Robertson, attorneys at law, were to be paid the -oin of 10 |K;r cent on auch Mini a# they might recover or have appropriated by congress; and recommending to the b-gis future the payment of the said niiin of 10 per cent a# attorneys' fees ou the gum of money appro- priated, less the sum of $4'>,000 theretorc paid hy the federal got eminent on what win* known a the "I o by" claim; therefore be it H« solved by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

^ - rmiDAT Mommito. I m' who flghta and runa away i to run «Bother day. your dog kindly and he will you when your money ta Ml McKtnley aaya our Fhllipttaea la a truat. oar relations. relation to the That I bad far By the way he atart* out we Infer President Lou bet Intends to cure Prone* of Its crisis habit. It would have pleaaed Thomas fleraon mightily to know that Croker would approve of him. Jef- Mr. The auaplcion la rapidly gaining ground that the Hon. Mr. Aguinaldo la carrying the Joke a little too far. Dewey may not be homesick for his oative land, but hia native land la yoaralng for a glimpse of Dewey. A peculiarity of the Spanish peopb la that none of the b^> babies born thla year are being named Dewey. Speaker Reed waa once in the navy. That waa one time when he didnt ob- struct anything more serious than a gangway. "Are tights doomed?" asked a theat- rical Journal. Sometimes they are; U dependa on the humor of the Judge the nest morning. France's new president has the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

A ífirt f 'W tt* • every s**r. bam a '« * U. A one wfce po rlthout dropplog «kin. The V. *• Reeelelag *blp Vermont, «ver W year" eld. has lieeu tin- ♦«•iiool ItoiHM* for «wer l.iwo.ooo sailors. ¡ age and aecompllshmeata ire much i be name as IU*stetters Htumarli putera. whhb ha# been before lb* pub- 1), for AO years. and baa cured lunu nn-rabli1 ranea uf malaria, fever and HCu,\ besides dyspepsia and Indigos tlou. sumttor «if NtaailiH ta Hrllaln II,c Newspaper Press Mreetory for, IWHt «latea lliat there are now pub-, ttahed In tbe railed Kingdom ¡£ ¡ uutKH liiea, of wbleh at least A20 are of « deeldedly religious ebaracter. roo. ; pitrlnjí 1M with IH4 l • tbe Ural yeur i lie illreetory was published i. It In ea-| t i ma ted that In lhat year there were ouljr '-•«> of aui'h poblleations In exist- enee. Almoat every brunch of science muí thought Ik iimw represented. i siller Hlw Ii«wh. 1 'si(tn llenperk «W showing little l iiiny «! •* liew Imok of uuiiuala. I'lliii Is the lion. ni,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

Do mm ttiink tor a infle that consumption •ear strike you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. Pint, you think h is a little ; nothing but s little haok ' ; tnen a little loss in i, men a harder cough; the fever and (he night iw*.- •<$r kíPh v MM; i lac co PPH "tí? auddenneae comes when you have a hemorrhage. Better atop the disease while it is yet creeping. You can do it with Agersfl fffll Pectoral You first notice that you cough less. The pressure on the chest is lifted. Thst feeling of suffocstion 1s removed. A cure is hastened by placing one of Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. 4MrA It is on the Disesses of the Throst and Lungs. It *<• tmr® any .nmplalnt •M BK f# Um k <i OMxttral arfvtea >mi nn r«*iT , aritr rh« <t.<«-u>r j frasly T o vttSnni rt t JM'lr«- «. UK J. C. AVKK. I^wall, 1 (%«<! |H She Mirm Htm Wiggins— This writer sn.v* tJint In th< count*- of time married people grow |.; resemble other. Mrs. Wl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

— i wmv< ■ÉHnKflÉB Di LEVI XXX LEADER IN CUT PRICES XXX 6r«at RcAkUm Sale Now 6olai 0*. ■■ mu The (treat«Rt of all Salen Caldwell ever saw. Please come in and inspect and i \ 1 e convinced. Judge for yourself. i D, LEVL 'IWWMMMMMMMWM i I PEOPLE YOU KNOW? !' L^r." wv"j\t,\Qnw.r r<"OCW Kov. I W. George wan in town Monday. Simon Kndel, oí Hrenham, wa* I in the v 11 \ on business Monday. Mr. .itt'l Mrs. R r. Roue went [toHrcnhara Wednesday evening. Dr. W. 11. Oliver, of Bryan, IK. here last Sund.iy visiting ¡ relative*. K( • W. C. Br.icewell, oí Lyons, was in town yesterday on business. Mi^cs Ola and Ollie Moses, of Iiiiru were in the city Wednesday. Mr Donath ha* been «juite sick .it her hi n e in West I aid* well this week. Mis* Julia Hill has been hutTer- ;n< th-*. week from an attack of German measles. Mi-- Annie Klukan returned last Friday from an extended visit to lirenham. J. I t'obb returned Sunday morn mg from a ten days' visit to the St. Louis market. Mr. and Mr-. Cha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

Jesse W. JenkiQS, The Jeweler, Is now thoroughly settled down to business in his new stand in the Hudson Block, and can satisfy the most fastidious searcfier after anything in his line. His two stocks have been combined and the whole stock replenished until he now has an ideal jewelry store. It is lacking in nothing, NEED FOR CO-OPERATION. Livingston, Te*aa, March 8. Editoks News-CMhonICLK: The unremitting persistence of one and all to get «Ichabod back into the columns of the Nkws-Chroniclk has at last in- duced me to lay aside all reserve and dignity and present myself a living sacrifice with this con- signment of literary limburger. The questions of diversifica- tion, or the «farmers' trouble , the superintendency of the county's schools, and others that have lately been brought prom- inently before the readers, have all been thoroughly and ably dis- cussed, and I will not presume to say anything new or profitable upon them, therefore I am left to being up a new question or write...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

RiáF ^ IK they watched Armour, asked him questions and copied hie methods. Soon this North Caro- lina idiot became the leading An Ideal f< Farm am' Ru,,cb. A few vcars ago a farmer from i iioliiia purchased a farm | mati in the neighborhood, and r jjt in latead and by so doing the neighborhood became one of j jjimscif under suspicion of /mest communities of farmers, r. ^ fwrtiaUv insane. The|*° iar intelligence, moral f"V,; uated in a flat prairie, worlh and material prosperity I, OÍ it was crawfish land were concerned, to be found any with, and it had been wbe,.'e in that Hcction. Armour carried this thing so far that be actually had the reputation of Bfld out I to b?t 1 cultivate! by one of the old et- filers until it failed to respond iith nvtv than 12 bushels of having a bank account, and needy i an<i * •• jM'u iniii "• * i ii • v« i- por acre. When the people 1 ,iatcü durinK the hard tlmcs tbat " . :nted with IH73 with the where- hotter acquai n and 120 pounds of lint cot...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 17 March 1899

i It pays to trade at COBB'S. CASH TELLS AT COBB'S STORE. People are fast finding out that it pays to buy for cash, and that it pays to trade here. They have become disgusted at the trashy. "Cheap John" stuffs that they have been getting in other towns, and to get good, honest goods. the\ cannot do bet- ter, if as well, as they can at our store. They know that our goods are dependable. They know that our methods are honest, and they know that when the\ see it in our ad. it is a dved-in-the-w<>ol-doubled-iind-twisted truth. To those who have not fallen in line with our army < f volunteers, we wish ti quote you a few prices below, which you will please compare with those you see from Rockdale, Bryan or Bren bam and see whose are the lowest. ••The proof of the pudding is in the eating." We wish also to say that we have one of the largest and JJ? best equipped stores and one of the largest stocks of Dm Goods, Dress Goods. Shoes. Clotnino. Hats and Millinery % In Central Texas. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Si? - Caldwell News-Chronicle. OIJH AIM IS THE (¿KEATE8T BENEFIT TO THE FARMER# AMD WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY. VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1899. Faaan's Gash Prices. xxxxxxx 2l4r Arlington Cotton Plaids, 22 in wide K<linl urgh Cheviots 7'jC Fairfield Mattress Tick - Sc Alberton A C A Feather Tick H';C Amoskeag A C A Keather Tick He May fair Brown Drilling 5c Na>hville Heavy Drill 7o H( jk' ¿6-inch Bleached Domestic 6c Fruit of the Loom ft'j-c lVpju rrel! KM Bleached Sheeting tftc IVpperreli Br« wn Sheeting 15c Lodi Shirting Prints 2'jc Amoskeaj^ and Lancaster Small Check Ginghams 5c MOOKERVHtE. Hookkhvii.i.h, Te*., March 21. EIIITokh Nkws-CHKOHICU'.: New was very «caree last week, but we are not behind this time. A new girl made her appear- ance in the family of T. G. Hil- liard and wife on the 15th. S. W. Milliard has a sick child and he is «blessed with roseola. Both are much better today, so we hear. Much corn is falling in rank, co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

Vv"? - v ' "í ■' SwR ' ' '« /¿VÍÍ' k ■ ' ¿i VV PPP ' $J . CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE.. «ft f i JOIM*. MHrt md Pnpritfv. ■■tared Id ths Caldwell postoao* u aac- matter. Subscription Rate*. Ob* Year **5® III Month J", four 2 tu Motil It* Cotton seems to have reached its highest point at 6J4. Don't be deceived into expecting that for thia vear'a crop. There's many a drop in pricea between March and November. Inmk-iI Every Frldar Morning. Caldwell, Texas, Friday. March 24. Trnc Smithville Transcript ia much improved in appearance since its recent change in man* agement. The adsmith deserves especial credit for the neat and artistic ads with which its col* umns are pretty well filled. 1MPRO I E THE SCHOOLS. The question of a new and modern school house more cen- trallv located should not be al lowed to drop completely, but should receive the earnest atten- tion of the citizens who have the welfare of our city at heart. The point has been made be- fore in our columns that a teach- er is nece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

■I ■ khhhéíbhi mw Mfciiwur % )#% * ÉH^iÉÉÉii The Spiritual Man. AAAA.V BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. THE SALOON. So new argument need he math- against the whisky habit. Kvcr\ body, from the man who it to the woman whose heart it has broken, admits that it is an unmitigated curse. No new in- vective for its condemnation need be invented. Its record of sor- row and disgrace and death speaks tor itnelf. It i its own accuser. The time has come when no man in his senses, not even the man who sells it, or the poor wretch who drinks i\, will undertake to defend the use of it. Kvervwhere, by everyho«lv, it is admitted to be an evil, only an evil and an evil continually. It ¡« not. therefore, my purpose in this article to indulge in any sky- scraping rhetoric on this sub- ject, but I do want, in a very plain and direct way, to call at- tention to three undeniable facts touching the cost of the saloon. First, there will be at a very low estimate $4U,<mk) spent tor whisky in Burleson county this vca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 24 March 1899

■ ' - " g= m tritft of tl>« Street. Mrs. Bravenec. who lost her recently by fire, we under- is preparing to rebuild at —Read Fagan s two ads on payes 1 and 4 ol this issue. He is stocking up heavily and will be pleaded to show his new a tack. —The Caldwell'merchants arc nearly all stocking up pretty heavily on spring goods* antici- pating an enlarged trade for our town this year. —The Woodmen of the World will hold a regular meeting next Monday night. A full attend- ance is desired, as there are a number of application* and prob- ably members to initiate. —The Oak Hill school taught by Miss Rockett will close Satur- day with a picnic and general good time. Music will be on hand and everyone who attends is assured an enjoyable day. —The old buildings on the site of Stone is. Hitchcock's new brick have all been torn away this week, a brick cistern is about completed and work will prob- ably be begun on the new build- ing next week. —J. F. Cobb will give a grand millinery opening Th...

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